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Grade 12 Trig. Advanced Function. HELP PLEASE!!!

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    Can someone please help me with question 26?

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    Well you know the length of an arc is just : |dw:1352055720516:dw|

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    Yep

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    The answe says a = 6400(11pi/12) = 18400 incase you would like to know

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    |dw:1352055764189:dw|

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    |dw:1352055973431:dw|

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    |dw:1352056015738:dw|

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    Right. I understand how that is, but I don;'t get what the point of the 82.5 angle is?

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    Okay :) . sorry I was into the problem so I solved it by mistake :P .

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    You know that the total angle is the sum of those angles.

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    :)

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    SOrry the total angle of what?

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    |dw:1352056167918:dw|

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    Can you please draw me a pic to label the ANgle, a and r ?

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    |dw:1352056241933:dw|

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    hmmm okay I'll try to process this for a minute or two :D

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    |dw:1352056361196:dw|

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    I GET IT, THANKS SO MUCH!!!!! What I was thinking was the angle was 15 degrees, and r was from N ro A....Blekh! ANyways thanks :D

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    Welcome :) .

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